Privacy Handbook: Guidelines, Exposures, Policy Implementation, and International Issues (Google eBook)

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John Wiley & Sons, May 27, 2003 - Business & Economics - 384 pages
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We don't have to tell you that keeping up with privacy guidelines and having a strong privacy policy are critical in today's network economy. More and more organizations are instating the position of a Corporate Privacy Officer (CPO) to oversee all of the privacy issues within and organization. The Corporate Privacy Handbook will provide you with a comprehensive reference on privacy guidelines and instruction on policy development/implementation to guide corporations in establishing a strong privacy policy.

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Contents

Chapter 1 Privacy Paradise Lost?
1
Chapter 2 Privacy Initiatives
24
Chapter 3 Privacy Advocates
53
Chapter 4 International Privacy Issues
70
Chapter 5 Privacy Legislation
132
Chapter 6 Personal Privacy and National Security
170
Chapter 7 Business Privacy Issues
197
Chapter 8 Personal Privacy Issues
221
Chapter 10 Establishing Privacy Controls
273
Pulse Pieces
283
Glossary of Terms
320
Suggested Readings
329
Appendix A Executive Overview Privacy Impact Assessment
332
Appendix B Privacy Impact Assessment PIA Tool
337
INDEX
349
Copyright

Chapter 9 Privacy Tools
257

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About the author (2003)

ALBERT J. MARCELLA Jr, PhD, CQA, CFSA, CDP, CISA, is the President of Business Automation Consultants, a global information technology (IT) and management consulting firm. Dr. Marcella designs, implements, and conducts management consulting and IT audits for an international clientele. Prior to the formation of his own firm in 1984, Dr. Marcella was employed by the Dun & Bradstreet Corporation, where he established and formalized the IT Audit function.
CAROL STUCKI, CISA, is a Senior IT Auditor with the University of California. Prior to joining the Audit Department at the University of California, Carol provided management and IT audit consulting services, conducted technical audit reviews, and held positions in IT project management. Prior to consulting, Carol worked as a manager of strategic project management and as a technical producer for PurchasePro, an e-Commerce company.

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